Bill Belichick To Coach Another Sport? NFL World Reacted
June 13, 2022
Bill Belichick is the best head coach in NFL history. He has made a name for himself over the years and yes, he will leave a huge legacy behind. Belichick built a dynasty in New England and the Patriots won six rings during his time with the team.
NFL analysts made several predictions about Belichick’s future. Well, he is nearing the end of his NFL career. Belichick won’t coach the Patriots forever. He has a major task on the table. Tom Brady left the Patriots in 2020 and signed a deal with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. His departure left a big void on the Patriots roster. Belichick had to find a replacement right away. He had Cam Newton for a year, but decided to go with Mac Jones. The Alabama prospect showed great potential in training camp and the Patriots gave him the leading role. Jones had to fill a big void and it wasn’t easy at all.
Belichick won’t leave the Patriots without giving them the right quarterback. Jones has the potential to take the position. Belichick will probably stick around long enough to make sure that Jones is the right person to lead the team.
Now we have people saying that Belichick could coach another sports.
Bill Belichick to coach lacrosse team
The Premier Lacrosse League could benefit from Belichick’s experience in the coaching world.
Paul Rabil of the PLL said that Belichick can really coach a lacrosse team. Oh, is this even possible?
NFL fans may have a reason to panic right now. No one can even cope with the idea of seeing Belichick coach another sports. He is the best NFL coach and fans wouldn’t let him change this. He would definitely be equally successful as a lacrosse coach.
Two things that made Bill Belichick smile this morning: A mention of Wesleyan men’s lacrosse winning the national title (“Cardinal pride!”) and Jon Bon Jovi’s induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (“It’s about time.”).
Bill Belichick, a friend of @PremierLacrosse, joins today’s NBC broadcast and says: “This is a great thing for sports and a great thing for lacrosse fans to be able to watch this kind of action. We’ve certainly been without sports for a while and this fills a great void for us.” pic.twitter.com/ePADM8xU8D
Radmila graduated with a degree in Translation & Interpreting. She is an NBA and NFL writer for The Ball Zone, and has been covering popular sports topics for several years. A loyal Lakers fan, she puts energy into reporting big roster moves, potential trades, on-court-accomplishments, and off-court rumors.